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Crossland alumni initiates ‘Each One Teach One Project ‘this academic year.

Published On : 31 May 2019   |  Reported By : canaranews network


In the very first alumni day organized by Crossland College, Brahmavar, on 16th February,2019 the Principal of the college shared the experiences he had during his visit to Sri Sathya Sai Loka Seva Trust institutions, Bengaluru and exulted the alumni to start a project ‘Each one teach one’. This is a project the alumni of Sri Sathya Sai institutions are running effectively, where their alumni, who were the beneficiaries of the institution during their student days volunteer to support the education of new students.

Encouraged by the invitation of the Principal Mr.Rajesh Shetty, alumnus & CEO,Tyresoles,Mumbai immediately agreed to sponsor a B.A student for all the three years.Mr.Alwyn Quadress, alumnus & MD,Durotop Construction & Chemicals Pvt Ltd.,Udupi was willing to support a BA student and an alumna who wants to remain anonymous agreed to support two students.

The alumni 2007 batch has instituted an Endowment of Rs.20,000 in memory of their classmate, Ms.Priyanka.The interest accrued will be used for helping students in need.” I found the project of Sri Sathya Sai institutions unique and made a reference to it while addressing the alumni. But never thought of such an immediate response. More alumni have showed their interest in being a part of this project.

We feel proud of these humanitarian activities of our alumni and their urge to give back something to the society. This is what the founder of the institution late Dr.C.T Abraham dreamt. No student is denied admission in the college due to his or her inability to pay the fees.

This project is in addition to the Faculty Scholarship fund offered to the deserving students by the faculty of the college.” said the Principal.

 







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